Eastern Canadian resorts are often overlooked in favour of the countries more rugged mountains in the West. However, Tremblant, the east’s leading resort, is popular with Brits throughout the season.
The rolling terrain is great for families and more relaxed skiers. The lively and colourful town centre is appealing to all with Intrawest, the owners paying extreme attention to detail throughout this purpose-built resort. As with all north American resorts the customer service is exemplary, so there will be no shortage of Christmas cheer!
Tremblant is known for its very, very cold temperatures so don’t forget your Santa hat and scarf – maybe hope father Christmas brings you some extra socks.
Arguably however, the best part of Tremblant is the poutine, which is the only food you eat when you’re in eastern Canada - in essence, gravy, cheese and chips, perhaps an interesting alternative to the classic roast dinner? We will let you decide.